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Narrate an incident of a car accident.Marks:25
The incident that took place several years ago is still fresh in my mind as if it happened yesterday. I was having a great time at a friend's birthday party in his house. It was 10 p.m. when the party was over; my father came by his car to pick me up late evening. I sat in the back seat since I wasn't allowed to sit in the front. I remember it was raining cats and dogs. I was looking through the window the whole time while my father was driving. Suddenly I felt a great jerk with a thud, it was the strongest impact I have ever felt in my life. My father tried to stop our car as fast as he could but his leg slipped from the brake pedal and it was too late. The impact was so strong that my head hit hard on the back of the front seat. Suddenly as I thought it was all over, another vehicle came right behind us and collided into our car, the incident was ghastly. After a few seconds I lifted my head to look up, I saw my father, he was conscious but he could not move. I heard the siren from the ambulance. I looked out of the window and saw a lot of traffic, every car that passed by would stare at the damaged cars. Then some police men came to our rescue. They took my father in the ambulance and sent me to my home in a subconscious state. The next thing I remembered was that I woke up in my bed, and the first thing on my mind was my father. I rushed to his bedroom and found him sleeping. I felt happy and relieved to see him there. I ran to him and stared at him for a short time, examining him for injures, there were a few minor injuries. I got in his bed and slept next to him. That incident I will never forget in my life.
Give a brief narration of an incident when you got rid of your fear of doctors and injections.Marks:25
Two years ago when I was in grade 4, my shear curiosity urged me to accompany my grandfather to the hospital. Due to his old age, my grandfather had begun facing some major problem with his right eye. He had visited the hospital several times to seek treatment but his condition was not getting any better. Finally, his doctor told him the only remedy left was to go for an eye surgery to correct the abnormality with his eye. Since it was a weekend and I did not have any classes that day and my father was committed to some office work, I thought it would be a good idea to accompany my grandfather to the hospital. Despite the fear I had of operations and hospitals in general, I decided to go to the hospital.
My father drove us to the hospital; 30 minutes after arriving at the hospital and ensuring that my grandfather had checked in, father left for work. Luckily, there were several helpful nurses available to offer any assistance that my grandfather required and the doctor was also very friendly. The nurses sensed the high level of nervousness that both my grandfather and I were feeling and talked to us so nicely that we ended up relaxing and perceiving the operation as something normal and nothing to worry much about. It was not long before both my grandfather and I felt relaxed and ready for the operation. I have always had this fear of doctors and injections, so even as I began to relax, thoughts of the impending operation could not escape my mind, since I knew the operation would be more serious than the injections that I feared so much.
Interestingly, the whole operation lasted only an hour and my grandfather was wheeled out of the operation room with a bandage on the operated eye, but he was conscious and in very high spirits. I cannot forget the look on my grandfathers face and the feeling of relief he expressed, knowing that the problem with his eye was finally over. At that very moment, my fear of doctors and injections vanished and I began appreciating the important role that doctors play in everyday life.
Write a narrative composition imagining your experiences of a time you failed in geometry.Marks:25
Mid-term exams of 6th grade----had just recovered from a brief spell of jaundice----had to sit for geometry exam-----couldn’t study well----test went horrible-----results came-----got very upset over geometry test-----told parents-----mother consoled-----father said, “ you fared well despite being so ill the previous week. You’ll do better next time.”----felt encouraged and determined to do better.
Emaciated, unprepared, confidence shattered, confided in my parents, boosted my morale, regained confidence
Imagine you ran into your favourite celebrity and write a composition narrating your experience.Marks:25
Last weekend-------went to beach with friends----played beach volleyball--- decided to get something to drink------headed towards a cold drinks shop----saw Emma Watson sitting there, talking to someone----- went over and said hello-----congratulated her for brilliant performances----asked her for a picture----she happily obliged----got an autograph on a tissue paper-----best day of my life.
Role model, elegant, gorgeous, humble, star-struck, hesitant, ecstatic
Write a narrative composition on ‘camping in the woods’.Marks:25
I was in 6th grade and was an active member of the school’s nature club. That year, before the school closed for the summer break, it was announced that the students of the nature club will be taken camping in the forests of Utah. We were to leave on Monday of the following week at 5 am.
“I am so excited! Bonfires, camps and all my friends!” my friend Ashley exclaimed.
“There will be bugs everywhere. Yech!” Gabby moaned.
On Monday, my dad dropped me to the school at 4:50 AM. It was going to be a three day camping trip. We reached the campsite a little after noon, had lunch and set up our tents. Afterwards, we lit a bonfire and told stories and went to sleep soon after. At the break of the day, we set out hiking. Utah was deliciously beautiful. The smell of the forest and the clear, fresh water of the lake were a welcome change.
After we had our lunch, we explored the surrounding areas a bit more and proceeded back to the campsite by late afternoon. As soon as we neared the campsite, we heard a low grumble.
“What was that? Did you hear it?” I asked.
Ashley shook her head. Then everyone heard a moan and our team leader stopped in his tracks.
“Oh no! Did anyone leave any food in their tent?” Mr. Murphy demanded.
“I...uh…might have left my sunscreen out.” Norah hesitated.
“I spilled some jam in my tent…but I wiped it clean!” Joshua said.
“Joshua, it doesn’t matter if you cleaned it. Wild animals have a strong sense of smell. Did I not warn you clearly?” Mr. Murphy was furious.
We walked a bit further and saw a couple of tents torn down.
“I think there’s a bear around. Everybody, stay calm.” He said.
“Mr. Murphy! Look behind you!”
We could see the back of a bear hunched behind Ronnie’s tent.
“Hold the torch, Ronnie. Flash it in the bear’s direction,” Mr. Murphy instructed. He picked up two pans and started banging them.
Luckily, it was a bear cub. He got startled by the noise and he ran away.
We all learned a valuable lesson about being careful in the forest.